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. >> and alex rodriguez storms out of his grievance hearing. is there more to the suspended star's move than you think? today's data dive takes a nap has this has been a busy month for sleep news. the faa announced it will screen obese pilots for sleepapnoea. anyone with a body mass index of more than 40 will need to get a sleep specialist before getting a medical certificate to work. lack of sleep can have an affect similar to drinking. fat eeg was a factor in a crash. other research found that sleep helps the brain get rid of harmful toxins. a study shows that rest helps the flow of a fluid in the brain that washes away harmful waste proteins that build up. getting enough sleep can cut the risk of alzheimer's. >> also trouble - late bedtimes for kids. berkley researchers studied students ranging in age from 7 to 12. 30% of the kids had bedtimes later than 11.30. they performed worse than those that went to bed earlier. they suffered from arrested development. the researchersed the took place were suffering from the impacts six years later. earlier bedtimes were great for younger kids. kids age
home runs and 72 rbi with texas. new york yangee third baseman alex rodriguez walked out of of a grievance hearing after the commissioner was not ordered to testify. alex rodriguez called it a farce. the players union filed proceedings and hoped to overturn a 211 game suspension for violating drug agreement and labour contract. >> the president of fifa said the conditions for workers for the work if qatar are unacceptable. cutter was criticised over pay and other issues. the middle east is taking the situation seriously. sports head lines for this hour. sports news later. >> coming up. the last breath - the dangerous sport of free diving. >> it took a week of deadly turn. and a chance encounter. kennedy's final resting place and how it was chose ep. . >>> welcome back to al jazeera america on this wednesday, november 20th, 2013. i'm john siegenthaler in new york. here is a look at the top stories. >> security pact, u.s. reaches a tentative deal with afghanistan - covering the framework for a future u.s. appearance, including u.s. troop presence through 2024. afghan triba
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on the president and the health care law. john dickerson looks at the sobering numbers. alex rodriguez storms out and sounds off. jeff glor on what a-rod said about the baseball commissioner. >> to put me in his big mantle on the way out, that's a hell of a trophy. >> pelley: chip reid reports on an emergency landing after an escape slide deployed inside the passenger compartment. and we'll speak with clint hill, the only secret service agent to reach president kennedy as the shots were being fired 50 years ago. >> and then just as i approached the president's car there was a third shot. it hit the president in the head. >> pelley: what did you see? head. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening, what happens when your name is on a product and that product is not working as advertised? well, ask the president. a cbs news poll out tonight finds his job approval rating has fallen to an awl time low since the october 1 rollout of the health care law that he calls obamacare. have a look. only 37% of americans approve of the job mr. obama is
who was targeted. >>> also, anger management. why alex rodriguez says this to wafn. >> i'm so heated up and so pissed off, i can't think straight right now. >> a-rod's attorney joins me and george zimmerman, traumatized, his former neighbor defends him tonight. >> plus, eyewitnesss to the assassination of a 6-year-old boy in the line of fire when jfk was killed. he's grown up now and joins me tonight to remember that extraordinary day. what if tragedy hadn't struck 50 years ago? what would america be like today? how history might have changed forever. >>> i want to begin with the big story, the "n" word rearing it's ugly head once again in a massachusetts town where the rest of the high school football team season was cancelled after racist graffiti was spray painted on the home of a 13-year-old player there are disturbing charges of racist behavior and bullying. joining me the parents of 13-year-old isaac phillips. welcome to both of you. thank you very much for joining the show tonight. let me start with you anthony pill f phillips, what has gone on here? was the graffiti and why d
and learns he is at it again. that alex rodriguez has taken matters into his own hands and walked away from his own mlb hearing, mark morgan has that story when we come back. next only on al jazeera america known this already.y smuggling endangers specieses is a lucrative business. making big mucks. more than a year searching for one of the world's most notorious smugglers. he is known as the lizard king. this exclusive. >> home to some of the world's most rare creatures. madagascar has long been a valued source. the imply kay tor struggling network. >> ahead. >> posing an interested buyers we meet mario. and they ex-porter of seafood and rep times. >> mario is the first to mention the men were after. how do you know know him? >> introduce him to someone. >> he is the lizard king's real name, caught twice for trafficking in the world's most endanger species. he has served eight years in u.s. and malaysian jails. he was released just last year. up formant whose work with him, say it hasn't taken him long to resume charge. you are sure she is still smuggling despite the fact that he has serve
. an arbitrator will decide by january. meanwhile alex rodriguez could sue baseball. >>> saints jimmy graham, a former college basketball player dunking on the goal coach. it tilts left. the grounds crew grumables. new orleans wins 17-13 in a squeaker. >>> used to play with action figures as a kid. now calvin johnson nicknamed mega tron gets his own action figure. it is not any other action figure. it is a transformer. >> does it transform into the shoe? >> it is a three-item package. >>> thursday college football. central florida did not need typical game to beat rutgers 41-17. >>> college hoops. new mexico against alabama birmingham to overtime. another three sends it is double ot. lobos win. >>> in nhl columbus on a power play. calgary loses 2-1. >>> the dallas mavericks wanted to pump up fans so they released a video of the incredible hulk for their game against houston. the mavs pull out a comeback win over the rockets. did you see that movie? >> i did not. >>> inside nba hosts running around t shaquille o'neil slipp >> that's a big fall. shaq getting a couple of chuckles. >>> for the s
straight ahead. >>> alex rodriguez tears into the league and his commissioner. why he thinks the league hates him. >>> your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day" with chris cuomo, kate bolduan and michaela pereira. >>> good morning, good morning. welcome to "new day," thursday, november 21st, 6:00 in the east. we have breaking new overnight out of kansas. a massive cargo plane stranded at a wichita airport after landing there by mistake. the faa says the boeing 747 was supposed to land at mcconnell air force base but ended up at this smaller airport many miles away. they say the runway, too short for the big plane to take off. cnn's aviation correspondent rene marsh is live in washington. rene, what to do, what to do? >> reporter: that is the question, what to do, what to do. we're talking about a massive cargo plane. you can see a photo of what we're talking about there, video of this dreamlifter, the 747. it is used to ship cargo. just to give you an idea as to how huge this thing is, it is capable of hold something 19 million golf balls, the wings its
iering and cristine us. >> next up a lack of sleep can cause problems. >> and alex rodriguez storms out of his grievance hearing. is there more to the suspended star's move than you think? >> we find the fault lines that run through communities. >> the shooting happened about 30 minutes ago. >> companies... >> the remains of the fire are still everywhere here. >> the powers that be at home and around the world... >> not only do they not get compensation but you don't even have to explain why? >> well thats exactly what i said. >> we question authority. >> so you said we could get access... >> that's enough! >> ... and those affected. >> investigative journalism at it's toughest. today's data dive takes a nap has this has been a busy month for sleep news. the faa announced it will screen obese pilots for sleepapnoea. anyone with a body mass index of more than 40 will need to get a sleep specialist before getting a medical certificate to work. lack of sleep can have an affect similar to drinking. fat eeg was a factor in a crash. other research found that sleep helps the brain get rid of h
la tercera posición de la división este en la nfl. - en el béisbol, el abogado de alex rodriguez entró en corte para la demanda que ha hecho contra grandes ligas y el comisionado. dakota al abogado de rodríguez, la itt intenta destruir la carrera de alex rodriguez. representante mencionar algunos puntos de la demanda a los cuales incluyen que la liga intimidó y ofreció dinero a testigos y también la cosa a grandes ligas de filtrar información a la prensa. - balompié, cuartos de final de la copa sudamericana, lanús contra river clarke, el primero llegó con gol de silva y gonzález la manda al fondo de la red, 3 cero lanús en pleno ataque, taco para silva y lanús arriba 2 a cero. 61, anotaron el 3 a cero. - llegamos al final del segmento. vamos a comerciales y volvemos con más de telenoticias. >> cristina: un patrón frío en nuestra región. puede que traerá condiciones invernales. después de la pausa le tengo los detalles. >> mucho después de ver su primer reporte del tiempo dijiste que aguanieve, estamos preocupados. >> cristina: no se preocupe, esto será para la
after trophy. >> alex rodriguez storming out of a hearing that will determine i i his future in the game but a lot of people are wondering is this a big act? >> he is going out kicking and screaming. >>> welcome back to "early start." glad you're with us this morning. i'm zoraida sambolin. >> i'm john berman. 31 minutes after the hour right now. >>> we are hearing from a freshman congressman who admitted breaking the law and he says he needs help. trey radel from florida pleaded guilty on wednesday to cocaine possession. he told a reporter in an emotional news conference he has hit bottom and take a leave of absence to seek treatment. >> i have let down our country. i've let down our constituents. i've let down my family, including my wife and even though he doesn't know it, i've let down my 2-year-old son. i have been getting the help that i need and i will continue to get the help that i need and the support system that i need for years to come. >> radel is not stepping down to the disappointment of some who say that he should. radel was sentenced to a year of probation and fined $250.
on the alex rodriguez drama. >> my sense is much more litigation. now, remember yesterday the yankees alex rodriguez bolted from his grievance hearing today, his lawyers without a-rod in attendance, wrapped up their case defending rodriguez against mlb's assertions that he took performance enhancing drugs. his attorneys say they will take the case to the federal court. a-rod's teammate retired mariano rivera was asked if the litigation path is the way to go for a-rod, and gave him thoughts on robinson cano, possibly staying with the yankees. >> i don't want to second guess no one. he is my friend, and he taught me something, i am going to listen. i would have done it too. i have to defend -- everybody has to defend themselves. in a situation like that, it is hard. we are human beings. and his blame points to all directions, so i don't think it is right. but again, that's myself. and whatever he does he is a grown up, and he is -- he has the right to defend himself. i want him to do what is right. and what is good for him. if he is not comfortable playing in new york, as similar as that. >>
, bonita excusas para no estar en casa. >> alex rodriguez hace una demanda par aproteger su imagen. >> el ex gigante williams estará encargado de washington dc . >> (hablan en inglés) . >> es un hombre de temple por el caracter. >> (hablan en inglés) . >> gracias me siento honrado de ser el nuevo timonel de washington dc . >> leonel messi suma 4 jornadas sin anotar. >>e speremos que se recupere y anote con argentina. >> que paa con los chavos que no tienen miedo a los 17. >> que pasa con los directivos que no dan oportunidad a los 17. >> ahí está el detalle, donde se pierde. >> parece que se tiene información de la plataforma flotante de google. >>c ontara con terraza para fiestas. >> los testigos afirman que tiene más de 1 año en construcción y hay otra en portland. >> tenemos una cita a las 11. >> nos vemos. >> buenas tardes . >> ♪ . ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> hoy es 1 de noviembre del 2013 y estos son los titulares. un hombre matÓ a una empleada, e hiriÓ a varios en el aeropuerto de los Ángeles. 4 colombianos aseguran que falsos policÍas los engaÑaron para sacarle dinero. el joaq
: specialist alex rodriguez of san jose, musician by talent, computer whiz by hobby. american hero by profession. >> i like to do something that no one in my family has done. so it is kind of like a challenge. >> rodriguez joined the united states army seven years ago. and in 2010, was deployed to camp clark in afghanistan. a bomb exploded near camp while there. >> at the moment, your mind goes away and you don't really know what is going on and it is like you're watching a movie. >> there were more days like that for rodriguez, who says as soldiers, they were targeted a lot. >> you are thinking, oh, today is my day and there is going to be a bomb on the side of the road. >> one of the most dangerous tasks, rodriguez reported explosive ordnance disposal teams inspecting devices and suffered a major loss when one of their own, specialist sean ross was killed when an explosion exploded near the base. >> you get back to your room, and you expect him to be walking in. but it was hard to see the reality of it. >> there were things about the war he didn't want to talk about. and things h
't need it. why we didn't have alex -- that alex rodriguez story. it's too technical. he's mad. he's fighting for his life and all that stuff. the commissioner didn't show up. so he says he doesn't want to do it unless he's face-to-face with the commissioner. >> stay connected. >>> george zimmerman shocker. did he make a sex tape with his girlfriend? and did she fake her own pregnancy? >> she's pregnant with our child. >> well, he did it again. >>> then, leno, by bush. >>> and inside people's sexiest man alive. >> i feel sexy. >> wait until you hear what his biggest vice is. >>> plus, what feud? oprah's big return to the white house. >>> then, what if he lived? >> how would the world be different if jfk survived the assassination? >>> and, exploding glass.
. >>> baseball slugger alex rodriguez stormed out of an arbitration hearing of his appeal. he was angry after the arbitrator refused to order baseball commissioner to testify. >> i lost my mind. i banged the table and kick add briefcase and slammed out of the room, and felt like the system -- i knew it was restricted, and i knew it wasn't fair. but what we saw today is just -- it was disgusting. and the fact that the man from milwaukee who put the suspension on me with not one bit of evidence -- something i didn't do -- and he doesn't have the courage to come look at me in the eye and tell me this is why i did 211? i shouldn't serve one inning. >> in a statement major league baseball wrote in the entire history the commissioner did not testify in a single case. the statement said today's antics are an obvious attempt to justify mr. rodriguez's continuing refusal to testify under oath. we'll have more sports later for you. >>> to iran. warning it will not compromise red lines as rights to enrich uranium. indicated wednesday an agreement is possible in exchange for lifted sanctions. the p-5-plu
. >> reporter: then alex rodriguez headed to wfan radio where for 40 minutes he aired his frustrations. >> whether you're in federal court, state court or kangaroo court that we are today, players need protection. this is my whole life, my legacy. i'm -- i'm part of history. so if you're going to try to destroy all of that i'm saying no, you tell me why i should serve one inning. >> reporter: rodriguez was suspended earlier this year for 211 games. a suspension he appealed. in his strongest denial yet on wednesday, he insisted he never used performance enhancing drugs while playing for the yankees. >> were you guilty of any of these charges? >> no p. >> did you do anything wrong in. >> did you do any peds? >> no. >> did you obstruct any witnesses? did you do anything they accuse of you doing? >> no. >> nothing? >> nothing. >> you're guilty in your mind of nothing? >> i feel like i should be there opening day. >> reporter: rodriguez also took a big swing at baseball commissioner bud selig who will not be compelled to testify at rodriguez's grievance. >> 100% personal an
a lot of people mourning today. we wish his family well. >>> alex rodriguez' fate in the hands of an arbitrator after lawyers wrapping up their cases yesterday. the slugger's attorneys allowed for, quote, release all the evidence. legal team also preparing to take the case to federal court regardless of the decision, that's not expected up late decemb up late december or early january. buckle your seat belt, we have two buzzer beaters in one game. kendall williams sends to o.t.. then alex kirk, what does he to, boom. so they force a second o.t. and end up winning the game. big guy has to be 7-feet. pretty sweet. 97-94 was the final. oklahoma city, second time this week a thunder fan does this. for 20 grand. unbelievable. afterwards he got a little love from jay-z. probably had a pair of socks worth 20 grand. but pretty cool either way. >> would you hit the backboard? >> try to go backboard. my buddy and i used to stay at the gym late and compete with half court shots and we'd get in trouble. the bank is the best way on go. >> probably make one out of 50? >> no. >> you can do be
for the final day of his appeal of the 211-game suspension. an arbitrator will decide by january. meanwhile alex rodriguez could sue baseball. >>> thursday night football. saints and falcons. the game stalls early. saints jimmy graham, a former college basketball player dunking on the goal coach. it tilts left. the grounds crew grumbles. 34 yards needed for a touchdown. they go for a field goal, not the td. well, it goes wide. new orleans wins, 17-13. >>> used to play with action figures as a kid. now calvin johnson nicknamed megatron because he's a beast gets his own. it's a transformer called megatron. it comes with some shoes to boot. >>> thursday college football. number 18 central florida did not need its typical late-game heroics to beat rutgers. >>> college hoops. new mexico against alabama birmingham to overtime. later in the same half. double ot. the lobos hang on to win, 97-94. >>> earlier this week, the dallas mavericks released a promo with the hulk. it was to pump up the game against houston. it worked. the mavs a with a comeback win r the rockets. >>> in the nhl, columbus on a powe
in afghanistan. kiko garren joins us live. you had a chance to sit down with specialist alex rodriguez. >> reporter: that's right, frank. we got the honor to sit down with the veteran who told us that he joined to serve his country like others before him. in return, he also gave us the gift of freedom. >> . >> [ music ]. >> reporter: alex rodriguez, musician by talent, computer whiz by hobby, american hero by profession. >> i like to do what nobody has done. kind of like a challenge. >> reporter: rodriguez joined the army 7 years ago, and in 2010, was deployed to camp clark in afghanistan. . first week there, a bomb exploded near camp. >> at the moment, your mind goes all over. you don't really know what's zing on. you're kind of like watching a movie. >> reporter: there were more days like that for rodriguez. he said, as soldiers, targeted a lot. >> you're thinking today's my day. >> reporter: one of the most dangerous tasks, rodriguez escorted disposal teams inspecting suspicious devices. his team suffered a major loss when one of their own, specialist john walsh was killed afte
been thrown around. could he really eclipse alex rodriguez record deal of $275 million? and if so, who is the most likely to give him that money? he wants $300 million but there's no way he will get that. he may get two husband, and the only team that will pay that is the new york yankees. i think he stays in new york. >> why do you think the 275 mar, or even the $300 million is unattainable? just the way the market is? the state of baseball? >> the one team that makes sense would be the los angeles dodgers that have the bigger payroll, but the dodgers just got a second baseman, so they don't need one, so it is supply and demand, and no one has that kind of demand for a guy like robinson cano. he will be one of the highest paid in baseball, but he certainly won't eclipse a-rod. >> do you think these contracts that we saw for alex rodriguez we also saw for albert pujols, and the numbers not living up to those dollars that that will steer clear of a lot of teams getting -- excuse me, a lot of playering getting those contracts. >> i am not sure. teams talk about that but they give them ou
past alex rodriguez's contract. >> he wants $300 million but there is no way in the world he gets that. i think he'll get $200 million and the only team willing to pay that is the new york yankees. i would be surprised if not shocked if he went anywhere else. i think he stays in new york. >> why do you think the $300 million mark is unattainable, the way the market is right now? >> reporter: everyone is making a killing financially but nobody believes that he'll leave new york. the one team that makes sense would be the los angeles dodgers, who have the bigger payroll than the yankees, but the dodgers just got a second baseman. it's really supply and demand and no one is in that demand for a guy like robinson cano. he'll get $200 million and he'll be one of the highest pay players but he won't eclipse a-rod. >> do you think these contracts we saw for alex rodriguez and albert pujols, that some players are not living up to the dollars, and that will force teams to steer clear of those kinds of contracts? >> i'm not sure. teams talk about that, but they keep giving them out. you had pujo
. alex rodriguez's hearing, he stormed out of the hearing. the independent arbitrator refused to allow bu bud selig to testify. a rod cursed at manfred before during the meeting. shared some harsh words with commissioner selig. >> i lost my mind. i kicked a briefcase and slammed out of the room and just felt the system, i knew it was restricted and i knew it wasn't fair but what we saw today it was disgusting and the fact that the plan from milwaukee that put this suspension on me, with not one bit of evidence, something i didn't do, and he doesn't have the courage to come look me in the eye and tell me, this is why i did 211? i shouldn't serve one inning. and this guy should come to my -- to our city. i know i doesn't like new york. i love this city. i love being a yankee. my daughters grew.in new york and for this guy the embarrassment that he has put me and my family through, and he doesn't have the courage to come see me and tell me this is why i'm going to destroy your career? and i thought rightfully so this should end with selig on thursday and me on friday, under oath put your mon
was alex rodriguez's temper. the new york bankees third baseman stormed out in the middle of an aggrievance hearing saying the proceedings were a farce. the ruling by the arbiter set him off saying that bull sel. >> oo g would not have -- bud selig would not have to test any. he appeared as a d guest on mike francesca's show and throw shade on selig's transactions. >> i slammed a table. kicked a briefcase and slammed out of the room. i knew it was restrictive and was not fair. what we saw was just disgusting and the fact that the man from milwaukee that put the suspension on me with not one bit of evidence - something i didn't do - and he doesn't have the courage to come look me in the eye and tell me this is why i did 211. i shouldn't serve an inning. this guy should come to our city - i know he doesn't like new york. i love the city. i love being a yankee. my daughters grew up in new york. the embarrassment he put me and my family through and he doesn't have the courage to see me and tell me this is why i'm going to destroy your career, and i thought right fully so this should end with hi
. we have a lot to get to this morning, including the latest headline from the yankees, alex rodriguez. he stormed out of a hearing and let loose, blasting major league baseball and the baseball commissioner. >> he said he does not think he's going to get a fair hearing. >> and we're on the eve of the kennedy anniversary of jfk's assassination. tapes from air force one not heard before in public. we're revealing them here. these are remarkable tapes. >> 50 years later we're still gripped by this. >>> but let's get right to the two plane incidents overnight. an enormous cargo plane landing at the wrong airport, on a runway way too small for the plane and the moment an emergency slide popped open on a jetblue airplane. david kerley is at reagan international with both. good morning, david. >> reporter: robin, i got to tell you, these are two incidents that are really serious and raising serious safety concerns. this morning, a giant jumbo jet at the wrong airport. unable to turn around because of a short runway. the pilots of the 747 are facing some serious questions. >> giant 4241, we m
first place votes followed by michigan state, louisville, duke, and kansas. >>> and alex rodriguez continues his feud with baseball. and it's getting nastier. his next scheduled hearing is scheduled for november 18th. in a statement yesterday rodriguez said, it's sad that commissioner bud selig once again is turning a blind eye knowing that crimes are being committed under his regime. major league baseball said that this is the latest sad chapter in mr. rodriguez's tarnished career. >>> when we return, another look at this morning's top stories, and a super tunnel. u.s. authorities shut down a sophisticated passageway designed to smuggle drugs from mexico. uggle drugs from mexico. in mcdonald's story of caring for children's well-being. new happy meal books that make nutrition fun! once there was... a tinyasaurus who was mini and meek. a goat who ate everything. a pip with a squeak. she ate right... and she grew. and she grew. and she grew! crunch! crunch! chomp! chew! [ female announcer ] there's always something to love at mcdonald's. like these new happy meal books. your little
ones connected to lance armstrong, olympian marion jones and baseball player alex rodriguez. but this man is not a professional athlete. jeffrey life is 74 with the rock hard body and claims the mental sharpness of a man half his age. >> everyone is going to age. i'm not against aging. i'm against getting old. >> reporter: he claims no one has to with daily rigorous workouts, a strict low carb diet and injections of testosterone and human growth hormone, hgm. >> what we use it for is to improve health, slow and prevent disease and improve quality of life. i like to think i'm kind of blazing a trail for the baby boomer generation. >> reporter: a journey that dr. life, a family physician began years ago. this was him before exercise and supplements. this is him today. >> how does this 74-year-old doctor keep looking younger and younger as he ages? the answer the sen general nicks elite health program. >> reporter: they run a chain of clinics calling it the largest anti-aging industry that relies on test toast roane and hgh. last year they report they made $100 million in reven
with suspended alex rodriguez who stormed out of the courtroom when he learned that commissioner bud was a no show. >> i lost my mind. i banged the table and kicked a briefcase and slammed out of the room. this is my whole life, my legacy. i'm -- i'm part of history so if you're going to try to destroy all of that, i'm saying no. you tell me why i should serve one inning. >> dwoid do any peds? >> no. >> so you're guilty in your mind of nothing? >> i feel like i should be there opening day. >> no. 4, goal no. 689. you guys ready for it? new jersey wins in ot. >>> katy perry has the best legs in hollywood, but flames goalie has the best legs on ice. tell me that's not sexy. >>> speaking of legs, craig mcarthur passes the puck between his legs. yes, the senators 4-3. >>> no. 1, josh reddick has lost the beard off. wwe superstar daniel brian got to do the honors. backstage at the wwe. now, he looks more like dallas braiden. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ hey, that's the last crescent! oh, did you want it? yeah. we'll split it. [ female announcer ] made fresh, so light, buttery and
alex rodriguez stormed out of an arbitration hearing of his appeal. he was angry after the arbitrator refused to order baseball commissioner to testify. >> i lost my mind. i banged the table and kicked a briefcase and slammed out of the room and felt like the system -- i knew it was restricted and i knew it wasn't fair. what we saw today was disgusting. and the fact that the man from milwaukee that put the suspension on me with not one bit of evidence, something i didn't do, and he doesn't have the courage to come look at me in the eye and tell me this is why i did it? i shouldn't serve one inning. >> in a statement major league baseball wrote in the entire history the commissioner did not testify in a single case. and said today's antics are an obvious attempt to justify his continuing refusal to testify under oath. >>> iran is warning of red lines it will not compromise. iran and the p 5 plus 1 indicated wednesday an agreement is possible in exchange for lifted sanctions. it's the u.s., russia, china, france, britain and germany, but there is strong opposition to a deal from audi ar
's lawyer says his client here is innocent. >>> it remains to be seen if yankees slugger alex rodriguez will show up today when an appeal hearing over the 211-game suspension resumes here in new york. >> a-rod stormed out of that hearing yesterday, after an arbitrator decided that baseball commissioner bud selig did not have to appear and be questioned about rodriguez's case. in an interview later, rodriguez accused selig of being out to get him. >> 100% this is personal. and i think it's about his legacy and it's about my legacy. he's trying to destroy me. he's retiring in 2014. and to put me in his big mantle on the way out, that's a hell of a trophy. >> during that interview, rodriguez also said he shouldn't be suspended one inning. he claims he is innocent of what he's being accused of. >>> moving on to the rest of the world of sports. and some more off-season baseball news. >> and the struggling knicks try to pull off a big win. here's neil and stan at espn with the details. >> good morning, america. >> good morning. >> welcome to our "sportscenter" set here in los angeles. i'm sta
and his career hanging in the balance, alex rodriguez stormed out of a grievance hearing on his suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs. the new york yankees star was enraged that major league baseball commissioner bud selig was not called to testify. rodriguez is trying to overturn the 211-game ban. after leaving in the middle of the hearing, rodriguez went on a new york sports radio station. he denied using p.e.d.s and obstructing baseball's investigation and said selig has a personal vendetta against him. >> 100% is personal. i think it's about his legacy and it's about my legacy. and he's trying to destroy me. by the way, he's retiring in 2014 and to put me on his big mantel on the way out, that's a helluva trophy. >> rodriguez said selig has never testified in the history of the drug history. rodriguez was scheduled to testify on friday. he said he will not return to the hearings. >>> in other baseball news the texas rangers and detroit tigers have agreed to a blockbuster trade. the tigers are sending first baseman prince fielder to texas in change for ian kinsler.
of freedom in return. . >> reporter: specialist alex rodriguez of san jose, musician by talent, computer whiz by hobby, american hero by profession. >> when the reality hit, it changes your entire demeanor. your personality -- with the memory that -- can be erased. you can erase all the memories. >> reporter: rodriguez joined the army 7 years ago. in 2007 was deployed to camp clark in afghanistan. his first week there, a bomb exploded near camp. >> at the moment, your mind goes all over. you don't know who's going on. >> reporter: there were more days like that for rodriguez. said as soldiers, they were targeted a lot. >> thinking today's my day. >> reporter: one of the most dangerous tasks -- his team suffered a major loss when one of their own, specialist john walsh was killed after a rocket exploded near the base. >> was walking in. . it was hard to see the reality of it. >> reporter: there were things about the war he didn't want to talk about, things he wished he could forget. >> changes your entire demeanor. you come back with memories that can be erased. you working out. you c
harassed staffers or hired an escort. >>> new york yankees star alex rodriguez starts making his case in his battle against major league baseball. arod is expected to accompany his lawyers to the new york city offices as it opens the first day of his defense. not clear yet if arod will testify. rodriguez is appealing his 211 game suspension for allegedly using performance enhancing drugs. it was a scandal involving several other baseball stars. arbitrator is expected to rule on arod's case sometime next month. >>> three fans were treated for injuries after a usc upset stanford. fans flooded on to the field after the clock ticked down. the most serious injury is a broken ankle. paramedics say two other fans were treated for issues related to high blood pressure and diabetes. all three were briefly hospitalized. stanford had been ranked fourth but slipped to ninth after that 20-17 win by usc. >>> time is 5:15. let's bring sal back. we still have a major problem on 880. >> that is right that is 880 southbound between fifth and 16th. just south of the jack london square. you can see it he
is in free fall. plows, we will be live from geneva as talks resume. and in sport wide baseball star alex rodriguez stormed out of his own hearing as he appeals. close to half a million somali refugees have been told they need to leave from kenya. most have fled violence and hunger to seek shelter at the refugee camp. one of the big nest the word. but many say it is not safe to return, and to make matters worse, the u.n. is also cutting down food rations because of funding problems. home to nearly half a million people, the camp is actually like a little city, it has an administration center, and there's a market, primary schools even a hospital. from the camp, peter reports. >> nobody is going so convince her that it is safe to go back to somalia. she and her three children are the newest arrivals. that is after they first killed her husband when he refused to stub out his cigarette, and then threatened to force her into another marriage. but according to the government of kenya, and somalia, and the u.n.'s refugee agency, somalia is now firm on the path to peace and security. they all s
of jonathan martin. owed, the yankees alex rodriguez bolted from his attendance meeting. now rodriguez and his lawyers say they have no faith in the process, and promise to release all evidence that they have on friday. in addition, his lawyers say regardless of how arbitrator rules, they will take the case to federal court. a big trade in the majors last night, the tigers dealt prince field tore the rangers in exchange for ian kinsler. earlier i spoke to drew sharp of the detroit free press to get his take on the deal. >> well, the tigers have one of the top payrolls, the tigers to not have an unlimited supply of resources. so they knew with the cy young award winner for this year, up for free agency, and miguel cabrero, the two time american league mvp, up for a new contract, those are two guys they needed to sign two extensions as soon as possible. fielder had been a disappointment in the playoffs and the people in detroit were upset that he seemed kind of aloof. the fact that he did not share the fan's pain. so the tigers were -- outfielders and they found a willing suitor in the texas ran
. meanwhile, florida state is said to host idaho on saturday. >>> in baseball a decision on alex rodriguez's grievances against major league baseball recording his suspension should come sometime in january. both sides rested their cases yesterday with rodriguez never giving any testimony. his attorneys said they would challenge the ruling in federal court. >>> every fan that is heading to a major league baseball game next season shoul should expecto through a metal detecter. some aspects of the screening will be left up to the individual teams. coming up later we'll see now jfk's assassination affected the national sports scene in the days after those tragic days in dallas. >> thanks. coming up on al jazeera america, a bacteria threatens citrus crops around the world. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. here is a look at your top stories. in afghanistan, thousands of tribal elders are reviewing a draft security agreement while the white house is saying the deal must be signed as soon as possible. the agreement would keep thousands of u.s. troops in afghan. president hamid karzai wants
good to see you. thanks so much. >> thank you. >>> alex rodriguez is appealing his 211-game suspension from major league baseball, which accuses him of using performance enhan enhancing drugs but did he hurt his own case after storming out of that hearing? that's coming up in our 3:00 hour. ♪ [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact customer erin swenson ordebut they didn't fit.line customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales go up, i'm happy. i ordered another pair. i'm happy. (both) i'm happy. i'm happy. happy. happy. happy. happy. happy happy. i love logistics. >>> all right. coming up next on cnn, "your money." chief business correspondent christine romans
: there are the performance enhancing drug using cheaters, lance armstrong, ben johnson, alex rodriguez, to name a few and those widely thought to have using drugs, denying it, including barry bonds and sammy sosa. >> this record is not tainted at all. at all. period. you guy kz say whatever you want. >> reporter: but if cheating is trying, it doesn't always work. jason kidd was fined $50,000 for spilling the drink, and his team still lost the game. and mike tomlin and the steelers, they also lost. ed lavandera, cnn, dallas. >>> a four-foot-deep hole has opened up in chicago. one person managed to scramble out. neither people were hurt. >>> it's shopping 2.0, where stores know your gender, your mood, predicting what you might want to buy. we're looking into the future of shopping, next. >>> well, we know a lot of you will be buying at least some of your holiday gifts online. did you know the web can now be a big part of your experience even when you go to a store. lori siegel is live in new york. lori, tell us about it. >> hey, look, the stores are getting a lot smarter. this year the trend is all abo
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on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back. about 18 minutes past the hour. alex rodriguez' arbitration hearing resumes in just minutes. don't expect the yankee third baseman to be there. >> nope, a-rod cursed, swore, used naughty language and stormed out of yesterday's session, later said he was done with what he called the farce. kind of unclear which side that farce is on. jason carroll here with the story. >> rodriguez very upset, basically called some of the mlb officials, said they were full of it. he used a different word i won't use now, calling the entire proceeding disgusting. it happened behind closed doors and private but then rodriguez went public. >> i banged the table and kicked a briefcase and slammed out of the room. >> reporter: alex rodriguez crying foul, so angry with major league baseball's commissioner and the league's investigation into allegations he used performance-enhancing drugs, he went to the air waves to vent his frustration and to deny he used p.e.d.s. >> did you do any p.e.d.s? >> no. >> did you obstruct any witnesses, did you do anything that they accus
, there are 5,000. less than alex rodriguez makes today, press than one-sixth of what alex makes in one at bat. three dodgers protested robinson's presence. ricky got rid of them. when in june 1947 bill veck, owner of the indians, made larry doby the first black in the american league, he took doby into the clubhouse. three players refused to shake his hand. veck traded them. and remember the grace of joe gordon, the indians' infielder? doby struck out swinging wildly on three pitches. gordon, the next batter who normally hit that particular pitcher, fanned on three pitches probably deliberately, then went and sat next to doby in the dugout. it is arguable that doby more than robinson spurred the search for black players. robinson was an athletic prodigy. doby represented a larger class of merely finish merely -- talented alt athletes. all teams were not integrated until 1956, but september 1948, robinson had exercised an american's most sacred first amendment right, arguing with an umpire so vehemently, he was thrown out of the game. [laughter] a rival gashed him badly, stepping on his calf.
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this problem. we've got to acknowledge it needs to be fixed. >> let's talk about alex rodriguez. you're part of the defense team with alex rodriguez. it is a federal investigation. you believe baseball overstepped how? >> the baseball commissioner authorized $125,000 in cash to be delivered to somebody who had stolen documents, and we're not dealing with boardwalk empire here. we're dealing with baseball, a national heritage. commissioner selig owes the american people -- he's a trustee -- an explanation why are you using $125,000 in cash in a satchel. this is not boardwalk empire. it's baseball. >> he had this guy. he can pay for it to get evidence in a case. >> why use cash? i want it in a legitimate transparent way with tax forms that you're required to file. we don't even know yet. they say they're going to. why do it in a way -- this is baseball. >> why is that important? >> the tactics of getting one player. if you're organized baseball, this is not another business. >> should we tell our children it is a privilege to play this game, we should not be cheating? >> both sides have to be
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